Coin collecting is the collecting or trading of coins or other forms of minted legal tender.
Stamp collecting is the collecting of postage stamps and related objects. It is one of the world’s most popular hobbies, with estimates of the number of collectors ranging up to 20 million in the United States alone. Stamp collecting is not the same as philately, which is the study of stamps. A philatelist may, but does not have to, collect stamps. Many casual stamp collectors accumulate stamps for sheer enjoyment and relaxation without worrying about the tiny details. The creation of a large or comprehensive collection, however, may require some philatelic knowledge.
A coin is a piece of hard material that is standardized in weight, is produced in large quantities in order to facilitate trade, and primarily can be used as a legal tender token for commerce in the designated country, region, or territory. Coins of interest to collectors often include those that circulated for only a brief time, coins with mint errors and especially beautiful or historically significant pieces. Coin collecting can be differentiated from numismatics in that the latter is the systematic study of currency. Though closely related, the two disciplines are not necessarily the same. A numismatist may or may not be a coin collector and vice versa.
- To encourage the hobbies in our college
- To promote the number of philately and numismatic in our college
- To learn specific facts about the minting country
- To strengthen the family unit
- To acquire understandings and abilities in group processes
- To explore the competitive of student
- To learn ancient coin and its value